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Working Professionals Can Earn a Certificate in Supply Chain to Enhance Skills

The Certificate in Supply Chain is just nine credit hours in evening-only classes, to fit your working schedule and fast-track your career.

July 12,  2019

By Elaine Cole

To thrive in today’s high-tech, fiercely competitive world, companies must seek out the most efficient, value-driven ways to create and deliver products and services to an ever-expanding global customer base. 

An efficient supply chain can mean cost savings, productivity enhancements, more jobs, economic development and increased competitiveness.

Supply chain managers are in high demand, especially those with enhanced skills and knowledge. 

For supply chain professionals looking to increase your expertise quickly, TCU Neeley’s Certificate in Supply Chain Management can be earned in nine credit hours.

Primary topics include the integration across supply chain, operations and logistics, and how these affect global relationships.

The certificate provides expertise from our top-ranked supply chain program and world-renowned faculty, in conjunction with our Center for Supply Chain Innovation, a hub of research and cutting-edge knowledge.

Once you’ve earned the Certificate in Supply Chain Management, you have the option to continue your studies with our Master of Science in Supply Chain Management, which also features evening classes. Your certificate courses will count toward the degree, and we’ll waive the GMAT or GRE requirement.

The Certificate in Supply Chain is now accepting applications for Fall 2019 admission. For more information and to apply, click here or call 817-257-5148.